Most Dangerous Bridges in the World That Will Leave You Without Breath

January 9, 2017

Worlds Scariest Bridges

…or would you stay on the other side?

Langkawi Sky Bridge

Langkawi, Malaysia

Opened in 2004 and closed in 2014, probably for the best.

Tift Bridge

Gadmen, Switzerland

The longest pedestrian-only bridge in the Alps. Renovated in 2009 but no safety constraints were added to it’s original construction.

Puente de Ojuila

Durango, Mexico

Constructed in 1898, this bridge has definitely seen better days.

Vine Bridges

Miyoshi, Japan

Not as rickety as the other Japanese suspension bridge on this list but terrifying nonetheless.


Gus, Nepal

Poorly constructed and heavily used. What’s not to love?

Musou Tsuribashi Bridge

Akaishi Mountains, Japan

One of Japan’s last remaining pedestrian suspension bridge and the oldest, constructed in 1950.

Quepos Bridge

Quepos, Costa Rica

Also known as the Bridge of Death or Oh My God Bridge, cross at your own risk.

Hussaini Hanging Bridge

Upper Hunza, Pakistan

Watch your step as you navigate the unevenly placed pieces of wood spanning Borit Lake.

Vitim River Bridge

Siberia, Russia

Narrow, constantly needing repairs, no railing. Sounds fun right?

Kuandinsky Bridge

Kuanda, Russia

Similar to the Vitim River bridge above except add the fact it hasn’t been repaired in over 3 decades since it’s construction plus wind gusts so strong that driver keep all of their windows down to avoid be blown into the icy river below. Avoid this 570 meter death trap at all costs.

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